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The exhibit, which offers "previously unseen and unheard work from Reed’s incredible archive," is set to open on March 2nd, 2022, to coincide with what would have been Reed's 80th birthday.
The long-awaited doc on NYC's greatest experimental rock band of the '60s is finally coming out on Apple+ on October 15th, after premiering at NYFF.
Starting today, the public can access an archive of ephemera that belonged to the late singer.
The performance, rooted in the feedback Lou Reed's old guitars produce when placed against amplifiers, commemorate the late musician's birthday.
The free show features Reed's guitars placed against amplifiers, creating a cacophony of suspended notes.
The immersive multi-media exhibit will open October 10th and run through December 31st in Greenwich Village.
We caught up with the famed nightlife photographer to talk about the changing city, the summer of 1977, and the best photo he ever took.
The archive's formation was "initiated and guided" by Laurie Anderson, whose primary goal was to keep everything together and in New York City.
Watch below as Reed espouses on loving shotguns and hating The Beatles.
A bunch of the late legend's things are being auctioned off.